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PAC sounds further alarm over emergency services network plans
By David Bicknell
Committee worries Vodafone will stop providing infrastructure that enables current Airwave system to function; Home Office and Motorola insist they are not taking risks with public safety
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Home Office sets ESN devices competition running
By David Bicknell
Procurement tender covers LTE devices for operational trials and for supply through framework agreement
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Home Office readies critical ITT for ESN devices framework
By David Bicknell
Important invitation to tender for devices used by emergency services for ambitious mobile communications project may come out tomorrow
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Home Office emergency services project to get new mobilisation chief
By David Bicknell
New deputy director for ESN mobilisation post will carry £85K salary
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Home Office awards emergency services PSN infrastructure project to Vodafone
By David Bicknell
£15m contract detail just published relates to award made for contract that began in November
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Police watchdog warns forces over failure to exploit technology
By David Bicknell
HMIC says forces are often unable to exploit digital investigative opportunities because they have insufficient capacity or capability
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CCS tells public sector: roll up and save money on buying IT products
By David Bicknell
“Flash sale” will run through March, offering savings on the Technology Products 2 framework agreement
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EE demos balloon and drone-based technologies that could support ESN
By David Bicknell
Mobile 4G network provider whose coverage is integral to the Emergency Services Network also showcased “rapid response vehicles” to keep network live during any outages
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HMIC seeks legal expertise for police interoperability ‘network code’
By Neil Merrett
Final draft of voluntary arrangement intended to be completed by March to begin setting out collaborative police ICT approach that could impact major projects, including ESN
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Reform argues technology will be key driver for public sector change
By David Bicknell
Role of automation flagged, with even the most complex roles at risk of automation
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PAC grills Home Office chiefs over ESN
By David Bicknell
Vodafone letter highlights how its plans to decommission legacy fixed network used to link Airwave masts once Emergency Services Network goes live may be impacted by delays on the project
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Home Office’s top civil servants chiefs to discuss ESN with MPs tomorrow
By David Bicknell
Permanent secretary Mark Sedwill and ESN SRO Stephen Web will face PAC questions
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PAC worries over ESN’s timetable, testing and future procurement competition
By David Bicknell
Parliamentary watchdog wants Home Office to reassess business case timescales, update milestones for delivery and work with the emergency services to update transition plans to ensure agreement on their deliverability
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Home Office signals ESN rollout will now begin in mid-2018
By David Bicknell
New date emerges as Home Office takes initial steps on new procurement process around measuring extent of 4G coverage on a mobile network
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Three shortlisted suppliers help the Met’s MiPS enquiries
By David Bicknell
MOPAC expected to announce winners of MiPS and digital forensics contests early in 2017
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